Dutch developer, KeokeN Interactive, with their first game, Deliver Us The Moon, invites players on a solitary journey to the lunar surface in order to solve a mystery. Continue reading Deliver Us The Moon PC review
Far from finishing the game but, considering the current state of the game, I thought I’d write some words about my first thirty hours playing Cyberpunk 2077 on PC. Continue reading Cyberpunk 2077 PC review-in-progress
Ubisoft jumps back into Greek Mythology with the clumsily-named Immortals Fenyx Rising.
It is a terrible name for a game that deserves a much better moniker. This new third-person action game is from the people that bought us Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Apparently, it was a legal issue that made the publishers change it from the much more sensible, Gods and Monsters.
GoCube’s S.T.E.M. smart cube and app helped me solve a decades-old puzzle.
For forty years, I’ve been trying to solve my Rubik’s cube. In that time, the only way I’ve managed to get all the sides of the cube to match is by dismantling the whole thing. Continue reading GoCube Edge review
Supermassive Games invites players to enjoy another tale of the macabre from their Dark Pictures Anthology.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope follows Man of Medan, the previous game in the horror series. It swaps strange goings-on in the South Pacific for the eerie abandoned town of Little Hope. Continue reading The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope PC review
Codemasters’ Dirt 5 gets down and dirty with some off-road racing. This time taking the franchise in a slightly different, but understandable, direction. Continue reading Dirt 5 PC/Xbox Series X review
Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla takes the historic action adventure series back to the Dark Ages, to the time of the Vikings. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Valhalla PC/Xbox One/Xbox Series X review
London’s calling for the third instalment of the hacking franchise, Watch Dogs: Legion.
For a French outfit, Ubisoft sure loves the UK. With two Assassin’s Creed games set on the Sceptred Isle and now Watch Dogs: Legion, it’s easy to forget the centuries-old animosity between the two neighbours. Continue reading Watch Dogs: Legion PC/Xbox Series X review